Re: D-Link DFE 650 TX
Well, then I think already know which is the problem. My kernel.
I am using the kernel 2.2.17pre6.1
But now I will only be able to test when my Laptop returns of the Technical
My HD is damaged. I think abused!! It is still in the warranty.
Thank you François BOTTIN
There is still hope!!
Analista de Sistemas
NT Software e Consultoria Ltda.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Francois BOTTIN" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2001 11:21 AM
Subject: Re: D-Link DFE 650 TX
> --- Fabiano Sousa <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Unhappily I am definitively convinced that PCMCIA D-Link DFE 650TX
> > doesn't work in Linux after 3 days frustrated of countless attempts.
> > In the file /var/log/messages observed that when I connect the net cable
> > in PCMCIA it appears the message " lost link beat ". When I remove the
> > cable it appears " found link beat ". That is very strange and comedian.
> > I tried to use Suse, Conectiva and anything. Always the same mistake. I
> > updated the packages pcmias for the last versions and anything. I used
> > different Kernels and anything. In spite of the manufacturer it to
> > indicate that PCMCIA is " Linux Ready " was not possible to do PCMCIA to
> > communicate. In Windows 2000 PCMCIA works perfectly sparing any driver
> > configuration . That is it that more it inconveniences me!!
> > Until the own creators of the modules PCMCIA of Linux guarantee in the
> > document of PCMCIA supported that it works. The question that more does
> > to me it is: How did they get to do that to work?!?!
> > I am sorry of having acquired that Hardware (at least he works in
> > Windows). I don't recommend anybody. I didn't get to find a Compaq (it
> > was what I used previously) it was what found. The Manufacturer of
> > PCMCIA nor office in Brazil possess!!!
> > Thankful
> > Fabiano Sousa
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> > NT Software e Consultoria Ltda.
> Well, I did look if there was anyting unusual in /var/log/messages, but
> the card I bought last week just works fine. I'm using a kernel
> 2.2.18pre21 as in Debian 2.2r2 and made some tests with 2.2.19. I did not
> change anything in the configuration files of pcmcia-cs, and it uses
> automaticaly pcnet_cs as driver.
> But, the fact that it works for me is perhaps (I hope not) because I only
> have D-Link network cards and HUB...
> Francois BOTTIN
> "How kind," the PFY sighs. "But where will I go?"
> "Somewhere where they know nothing about computing...
> where they wouldn't know a RAM chip from a potato chip!"
> "But I don't want to visit Microsoft!" he whines.
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